The defendant turned up at Liverpool county court but were informed that Deal had discontinued at 15:40 yesterday. Pity they didn't let the defendant know, but apparently it was a lovely day to spend in the beautiful city of Liverpool so not a total waste
An urgent e-mail was sent to Liverpool County Court 17/3/15 15-50 by email@example.com saying they wished to discontinue the proceedings Debt Enforcement & Action Limited v Mr McC. Due to the late notification the Judge heard the case and found in the defendant's favour with £71-08 costs to be paid by 1/4/15.
Upon reading the court file, DJ Corrigan struck DEAL out at Yeovil.
The defendant arrived at Chelmsford court by 9.30 for a hearing due at 10.00. 2 hours were set aside for the They went into the courtroom just after 10. Judge Rodger after exchange of pleasantries asked if they had got the letter? (What letter? No, I haven't had any letter.) He then said that he had just received a letter at 9.50 from DEAL stating that they were discontinuing the case against me ......... therefore, case to be 'Struck out'. The defendant asked what he could claim against DEL/CEL and the judge replied that he could not claim anything. He said that he had read the counter claim but that he should be pleased that its over. The defendant asked about expenses etc that he had listed, but the judge again said that he had no claim and that was it. "Go and enjoy Chelmsford."
Same old same old. However, the March 18 case is more proof that DEAL, CEL and Creative are all linked companies.
The Parking Prankster